Weird World Records (Record label)
Weird World Records is a British record label from London. It is a sublabel of Domino Recordings.
Weird World Records in Features
Music − Interview | posted 12.05.2014
Jaakko Eino Kalevi
About Love And Other Mental Illnesses
Jaakko Eino Kalevi looks like a stoned angel in a woolie, works as a tram driver and with »No End« he released on of the best songs of 2013. But who is this blonde man from Helsinki? Time to talk to Jaakko about the important things in life. So Jaakko Eino Kalevi , tell us: What do you think about love, how do you wash your laundry and how’s your new EP going to sound? In our conversation Jaakko had all the answers plus a lot of engaging laughter.
Weird World Records in Reviews
Music − Review | posted 26.08.2015
No one knows their psych better than New Zealand. Next proof: Silicon. He takes the same line that Unknown Mortal Orchestra and Tame Impala helped creating, and even more rigorously so.
Music − Review | posted 02.10.2012
How To Dress Well
On his second studio album, Tom Krell a.k.a. How To Dress Well is combining lyrical clarity, musical vagueness and a new awareness for arrangements – successfully so.
Music − Review | posted 11.03.2020
Atmosphere, the duo from Minneapolis, is back with a new album. »Whenever« avoids experimentation and is a solid delivery.
Music − Review | posted 20.03.2020
Matthew Tavares & Leland Whitty
The Canadians Matthew Tavares and Leland Whitty, known as part of BadBadNotGood, have released an album with »Visions«. This has what it takes to be a big hit.
Music − News | posted 05.02.2020
The Mystery Kindaichi Band
Soundtrack: »The Adventures Of Kindaichi Kosuke«
For the first time since 1977 the soundtrack to »The Adventures Of Kindaichi Kosuke« is being reissued. Only with us the album of The Mystery Kindaichi Band will be available as limited Glow In The Dark Vinyl Edition.
Music − Review | posted 12.03.2020
World Quake Band
Everything Is On The One
»Everything Is On The One«, the only album of the World Quake Band released in 1981, has now been reissued on Mad About Records.
Music − List | posted 25.02.2020
Malcolm Catto of The Heliocentrics
10 All Time Favs
The Heliocentrics have just released »Infinity Of Now«. The album has the potential to inspire future musicians. Malcolm Catto, however, has first revealed to us the records that have shaped, improved and formed him.